February 4, 2022

Dior J’adore Infinissime Eau de Parfum Review

Intense and sultry! This olfactory treat from Christian Dior is a slight variation from the original J'adore Dior and I loved it so much I got it without second thoughts! If you feel all your perfumes are a bit mundane and have the same bergamot+patchouli blend, then this ylang ylang+tuberoses blend will tickle your fantasy. I love white flowers and anything with tuberoses is my weakness, so it now seems understandable why I was so attracted to this scent and at CAD 149 it didn't put that much of a dent in my pocket (comparatively :P

More on Dior J’adore Infinissime Eau de Parfum in today's blog!

When I first applied the Dior J’adore Infinissime Eau de Parfum, the first thing I appreciated was the freshness of the roses which actually reminded me of my wedding and though I am not a lover of rose scented perfume, I really enjoyed how this one has layers of flowers that slowly make their entrance one after other. The opening notes of Bergamot and Blood Orange, hooked me in, making this a fragrance familiar to me. The middle notes of Roses, Jasmine, Ylang Ylang and Tuberoses send me to a floral heaven that's unlike anything I have experienced before. I actually do not like overly sweet and floral scents, like the Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet, in fact I haven't loved any Miss Dior perfumes because it felt too youthful, almost adolescent on me. But J'adore Dior, I mean the original one, seemed too mature! So I really couldn't decide if I needed either in my life! 

Fast forward, I meet the Dior J’adore Infinissime and just like the name suggests, it is infinite in terms of lately power and sillage. I love how I can smell it off my worn clothes after days. It transfers nicely to my jackets and I love getting a whiff of it every time I put them on again. It's truly become one of my go to perfumes in a short two month period since I have been using it. With sandalwood as its base note, I am not sure if I smell that more or the tuberoses because my nose gets the ylang ylang+tuberoses layers the most with this perfume and very less of sandalwood. Though I would love the sandalwood to be slightly more prominent, I wouldn't change anything about this perfume at all.

I think I have transferred my excitement and love for Dior J’adore Infinissime Eau de Parfum appropriately in this post (lol). Hope you enjoyed reading and let me know if you love it too <3

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